Topsail Addiction Treatment offers evidence-based addiction treatment options for residents of North Andover, Massachusetts, helping individuals on the road to lasting recovery. Located in north suburban Boston, Topsail Addiction Treatment provides a safe environment for people to address problems associated with their use of alcohol or drugs. Our qualified team of addiction professionals works with each patient to develop a customized treatment program aimed at wellness and recovery.
What Types of Treatment Programs Are Available?
Topsail Addiction Treatment offers a range of care for substance abuse, including counseling, therapy, medication, education and recovery support systems. Treatment programs available at Topsail Addiction Treatment include:
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP), balancing support and independence.
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP) for healing.
- Outpatient treatment designed for recovery.
Choosing the right level of care depends on the specific needs of the individual. Because no single treatment is right for everyone, our programs are adaptable for each patient.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
A partial hospitalization program, sometimes called a full-day treatment program, is the highest level of addiction treatment provided in an outpatient setting. The PHP program at Topsail Addiction Treatment is tailored to help patients with serious substance use disorders who need daily treatment but wish to live at home. It typically consists of five or six-hour sessions that occur five days a week. It is well suited for individuals who are either starting their treatment journey or as a transition for people who have recently completed inpatient addiction treatment (PHP is usually the next step after detox and/or residential treatment is complete).
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP), sometimes called a half-day treatment program, is a flexible addiction treatment program that enables individuals to receive treatment for addiction while continuing to participate in daily activities, such as work, school, or family life. It requires less time for treatment per day or week than a residential treatment program or partial hospitalization program. Patients usually need to attend about 10 hours of treatment each week, consisting of case management, individual and group counseling, and classes and workshops. Patients can receive treatment services during the day, before or after work or school, in the evening, and/or on weekends, making treatment accessible to people with busy lives. Intensive outpatient treatment programs are often recommended for individuals who do not need medically managed detoxification or daily, supervised treatment for substance use disorders.
A general outpatient program for addiction treatment, sometimes called weekly treatment, offers alcohol and drug treatment sessions that can be scheduled at various times throughout the week. Compared to an intensive outpatient program, general outpatient care requires fewer hours spent in treatment weekly. This schedule allows patients to continue with their regular responsibilities such as work, school, or family obligations. Treatment offers an array of services but typically requires individual therapy or group therapy sessions.
Topsail Addiction Treatment centers focus on outpatient care. But other forms of addiction care include residential treatment plans:
Residential treatment, sometimes called rehab, is designed for patients with substance use disorders who need highly structured care. Residential programs provide a living environment with treatment services. Residential treatment may be most effective for individuals who have very serious substance use disorders and those unable to maintain long-term recovery after receiving other types of addiction treatment. Patients undergoing residential treatment typically participate in daily therapeutic sessions, individual and group counseling and educational programs. Short-term programs can be completed in 30 to 90 days, while long-term programs can continue for six to 12 months. After residential treatment, many patients begin outpatient care to receive continued support on their path to recovery.
Medication-Assisted Treatment is the use of medications in the treatment of substance use disorders. It is often combined with therapy to provide a comprehensive approach to the treatment of alcohol or drug use disorders. Medications can help sustain recovery or prevent or reduce opioid overdose. Medication-Assisted Treatment can be combined with any inpatient or outpatient treatment program.
How To Select the Right Addiction Treatment Program
Addiction treatment programs at Topsail Addiction Treatment are customized to fit the needs of the patient. During an initial consultation, a treatment plan will be designed based on a variety of factors. These factors may include goals for treatment, the substance abused, co-occurring mental health disorders, age and other contributing factors.
Paying for Addiction Treatment
In Massachusetts, most insurance companies will cover some or all of the cost of addiction treatment as part of their coverage. Topsail Addiction Treatment accepts most major insurance plans in Massachusetts. Contact Topsail to speak with one of our support staff to help you coordinate and verify your insurance coverage.